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INSTITUTE OF REFRACTORIES ENGINEERS ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2019


PETROCHEMICAL INDUSTRY WEDNESDAY 13 NOVEMBER


ADVANCES IN THE USE OF REFRACTORIES IN THE


TRAINING DAY 2019


THERMAL STRESSES THURSDAY 14 NOVEMBER


THERMAL SHOCK &


The Training Day will be on Thursday 14 November, in Sheffield UK. The Institute of Refractories Engineers has run a Training Day since 2008, in line with the Institute aims which include the promotion of education and training in refractories. Our training days have always received positive feedback with many companies sending people on the courses each year.


Thermal shock damage occurs when refractories are heated or cooled too rapidly and thermal stresses develop which are high enough to cause cracking and failure. Thermal shock is different to damage due to insufficient expansion allowance (eg pinch spalling) or from steam generation in monolithic refractories (explosive spalling).


This course provides an insight into an important aspect of refractory wear and degradation, thermal stresses and thermal shock. Topics covered will include:


• What is thermal shock • Understanding thermal stresses • Predicting thermal shock • Thermal modelling • Other types of thermal stress related damage


The course will be made up of lectures and small group exercise work. Some prior knowledge of refractory materials and their properties is assumed.


We provide those attending with a certificate of attendance and a copy of the presentations.


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VENUE: ASTON HALL HOTEL, WORKSOP ROAD, ASTON, SHEFFIELD S26 2EE ENGINEER


THE REFRACTORIES


May 2019 Issue


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